Here’s a photo and video recap of some of the events that have taken place so far during National Engineering Month. Thousands of students and members of the public have seen what engineering and engineering technology have to offer and thousands more can still participate. Stay tuned for more pictures and videos of the festivities and be sure to follow #NEM2018 on Twitter and Instagram!
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The College Challenge team for Centennial College run their amazing Hackathon
We're in the final hour of our Hackathon!
Will our participants solve the issue of safe water access of two different remote communities?
— CC Nat. Eng. Month (@NEM_Centennial) March 23, 2018
Queen’s University celebrates NEM 2018 with Scouts Canada
— Queen's Connections (@QEngConnections) March 21, 2018
Riverview Alternative School
Kinder Turtles are taking electronics apart to see how they work. Future engineers pic.twitter.com/SkQuarLRXs
— Riverview Alt School (@TheRiverAlt) March 21, 2018
PEO Thousand Islands busts some bridges in Smiths Falls
Bridge Busting at Duncan J! @ucdsb who knew Popsicle sticks and glue could support 43 kilos! What a fabulous way to promote STEM careers and celebrate Nation Engineering Month #NEM2018 pic.twitter.com/1lbe8TvP5d
— Megan Venner (@atlanticwriter) March 21, 2018
Water for the World activity in Toronto
Successful #WaterForTheWorld activity with my @JFPenguins EIR class today! Kids were super engaged in negotiating to get access to supplies to build their filters! Filters made by Cameroon and US groups performed the best. #NEM2018 @eotewb @ewb pic.twitter.com/kgMRG1yTlT
— Andrea Corey (@andreacorey) March 22, 2018
University of Ontario Institute of Technology Engineering Outreach in Oshawa
Thank you to @girlguidesofcanada – Newcastle group for having us last night to make some crazy contraptions and learn more about how there is a place for you in engineering @nemontario #NEM2018 @UOIT @uoitEngineering @eotewb pic.twitter.com/tLEgg3kk6R
— UOIT Eng Outreach (@uoitOutreach) March 22, 2018
Lakehead University Engineering Outreach in Thunder Bay
Today, Lakehead engineering students teamed up with high school students to come up with solutions to problems that have been brought up by the citizens of Thunder Bay. Thank you to all the volunteers and students of St. Patrick’s high school for participating!#NEM2018 pic.twitter.com/nrg2406efF
— Lakehead Engineering (@LakeheadESS) March 22, 2018